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>> no permits for the use. otherwise there is really no building permits on the subject property. there was a letter of determination for a liquor store and will take up some time to wrap up our collective heads around that and we did find that it could be a lot with certain limitations and one of the limitation we noticed is that they can have -- areas with a full bar, we want to note out that in section 780.3, there are limitation for new bar and restaurants. the guidelines for that, we also have another category called limit restaurants and can serve all sorts of foods that you like. so, that they can still seek an authorization for that. given the special use district we are applying that you cannot locate any new bar or restaurant in a location that was currently or last occupied by a service or by permitted lease in section 722 or a vacant space last occupied by a permit common use under 722. in reading and applying this provision of the planning code look first at subsection one and is this currently or last occupied by basic sales service. i acknowledge the history here i
so, that they can still seek an authorization for that. given the special use district we are applying that you cannot locate any new bar or restaurant in a location that was currently or last occupied by a service or by permitted lease in section 722 or a vacant space last occupied by a permit common use under 722. in reading and applying this provision of the planning code look first at subsection one and is this currently or last occupied by basic sales service. i acknowledge the history here is very murky but i think we have to go by what the legal use of the property is. what the c f c was received for and there is no since that date to my knowledge and that is it was a retail use which would be in a category basically of sales and service and promotion materials that were provided to the department showing the property for lease shows this advertised as a retail space. there is no reference of this being a restaurant or any other space previously. we are looking to these materials and how to evaluate the planning code and there is a reasonable interpretation that the
the planning code and there is a reasonable interpretation that the last legal use certainly if we have a more broad interpretation of that and there is not a serving use, then this code no longer applies to them we would be encouraging to people who change their uses so they can convert to a restaurant use. so that seems like a reasonable interpretation on our part. there is subsection the, when we didn't get in our letter of determination to the board does speak to a vacant space. that is for a period of 18 months. this contemplates a property that has been vacant. you can also already that this the building is vacant and it has no known last legal use because it's never been operated as a retail. you can also apply this provision of the code as well and say that a vacate space should not be converted to a restaurant. the intent of this was to make sure that sales and service uses are not converted and converted into restaurant uses but also those spaces which are vacated which may at one time been a restaurant. if they are vacated for more than 18 months, it can't be converted back to a res
illegal. so my concern is that applying that standard of saying, went, the last use was illegal, so, we are going to say that you can put a restaurant in that location. >> but that illegal use was going on for decades. it's not that they did an illegal use to get around the current zoning controls. >> i believe the history of this, the appellant is you are surmises that they allow the factually to be illegally created and that operated illegally but my appellant says we should be interpreting this as the last use regard. >> thank you. i get it. >> just to follow up, isn't the abandonment issue, does that almost trump everything else? >> it could. we were looking at this and thought it was a reasonable application to look at the law and go back to the last legal use because the history here is so convoluted and we are going to go back to what's on the c f c. but a secondary argued that says in paragraph two, it refers to non-conforming uses if a principle service, then you can't go back in that location. part two is a vacant space for permitted conditional use and that deals with all
, as the only member of the this board who heard this previous times, this case came in front of us and having to get through all of those conditions because it's extremely complex and convoluted, i was trying to put it to rest for all the parties concerned but i can't. i would support denial of the permit. >> any other comments? >> i'm going to move that permit be denied with the finding that the designated property owner on the permit was incorrect. >> commissioner, would you consider also adding that the permit was on the wrong parcel in addition, maybe that's the same designated property owner. >> the permit location was okay. was it not? okay. all right. then let's add that to it. >> so the basis is that the designated property owner and parcel were incorrect? >> right. >> we have a motion from commissioner fong to deny this permit and it's on the basis that the designated property owner was incorrect and that the address parcel was also incorrect. >> right. >> on that motion to deny this permit with those findings, that basis, president wong? aye, tad oh, aye, lazarus, aye, thank you.
commission's decision to allow relocation to this establishment because right now, i think other use t previous location no. 3, is my understanding to a converted use so that has effectively been abandoned but the new location has not been legalized through the proper process. they should have gotten a cu when they moved in 2011. >> thank you. >> is there any public comment on this item? seeing no public comment we'll start with rebuttal. >> i have listened during the time in here during the interesting exchange with the whole thing regarding non-conforming with the conforming uses. the fact is that the business has been there since 1994 in that neighborhood. no legislation prohibited it. no legislation outlawed it and no legislation made it a non-conforming or any other term. always been a legal use. when the legislation came into effect, that didn't make it an illegal or non-conforming use, i would argue. it remained that way and just factually in terms of commissioner fong's questions about the change of location, the facts are that the three previous locations were all rented wher
has decide to change the use of his property, those are in opposite to what we are dealing with here. i also listened mr. sanchez talk about procedural mistakes that perhaps my client made in not following the right procedural path, but i would simply argue that i ask the board to put substance over procedure. if at the end of the day the argument is accepted that this is not a new fringe financial business in that neighborhood, but rather the continuations of an existing one and the city for good decent reasons has been argued should limit businesses of this nature. well, fine. don't let anyone else into that neighborhood. there are already several businesses in that neighborhood doing what my clients do. to punish my client by simply changing locations by a few blocks doesn't make sense. >> how do you get around 18 -- how do you get around that? >> i asked my architect which is much more -- >> let's say you are saying you want us to look at substance over procedure. the conditional use process is one that goes down a whole different path. we don't review those. so it would never co
you want us to look at substance over procedure. the conditional use process is one that goes down a whole different path. we don't review those. so it would never come back to us. >> okay. >> and yes, okay your architect can ask us. >> architect for the project. could you repeat the question? >> is there any argument to contradict to what the zoning administrators mention to its applicability to your clients situation. >> actually i tried to refer to code section 180 through 186.2. the zoning administrator is referring to this code section if the fringe financial surface using it they move is subject to those code sections. a lot, yes, it's subject to code section but it doesn't mean it's non-conforming use. they refer to nop conforming use to the regulation but they do not say this is non-conforming use and you have to use this code section. they say, this is something we want to you do and refer you to that code section for regulation. we never realize that's a non-conforming use. we just you use regulation a, regulation a to regulate b. >> are you saying you don't agree that th
of our operating revenue from membership dues f. you're not a member of the society, please join us or renew your membership today. i should note that anyone who joins or renews a membership today will receive a free autographed copy of our keynote speaker's new book, the title of which is martin's dream: my journey and the legacy of martin luther king, jr. we have a terrific program planned for you today. of course, the heart of the program will be our speaker, will be the remarks of our keynote speaker dr. claiborne parson. you have a program in front of you -- with you, and we will be following the program. we do have a number of members of the city's official family here with us today. the list of which i don't have and the number of community dignitaries. i see that we do have supervisor scott wiener, supervisor president of the board of supervisors david chiu, president cisneros, barbara garcia is with us. naomi is going to be part of the program. naomi kelly is with us, kim brandon from the port commission is with us, and a number of others. i'll be getting a list, i'll be ab
triggers 186, however the question is still not clear in my mine that it's a non-conforming use. >> i didn't see that in the statute. >> it says, the za is saying that because it's a non-conforming use that it's a restricted use for relocation. >> i didn't hear it that way. >> i didn't either. sorry. >> sections under 249 existing prohibit financial fringe uses may i continue in accordance with planning code section 186.2. if it's referring to the sections that relate to non-conforming uses and it says that it may i continue in accordance with those provision and only allows relocation through cu, i think it's clear enough that it is a non-conforming use because it's no longer allowed in the zoning district and when it's prohibited in the zoning district it's a non-conforming use. so, but also refers you specifically to the section that allows through a location to a cu. >> i would agree if it was a not allowed use. it would be a non-conforming for one that is continuous. however the legislation is quite clear in saying no new. it does not say that the existing uses are prohibit
would like to call up two of our committee members on stage if you could all join us please, and if you could all give them a big round of applause so my name is shady and i work with themary's city ever services here in city call hall and i want to welcome great a i think this thure we programmed over ten institutions in the city of san francisco including the air film festival the arab culture and committee center but also with the tamp pais public library to have two events showcasing the rich arab america culture that exists here in the city of san francisco and i want to thank you all for coming and i want to introduce joaquin for resident who ska great member of our community and has helped organize this event. (applause). . thank you very much and good evening everyone on behalf of mayorly who will be joining us in a few moments i want to say thanks to all of you for being here tonight it's always a pleasure for you go to welcome the community into city hall - because you remind us our purpose in government so to serve and you you certainly bring life and culture and community in
of determination that in the north beach ncd, special use district, if a property once had a neighborhood serving retail use, it may never have a full restaurant use in the future. and the public policy reason i believe for that restriction in the north beach ncd is to obviously prevent restaurants which are high rent paying from displacing neighborhood serving retail uses like laundromats or hardware stores or things like that, so i believe is the public policy reason for that interesting little bit in the code, so again, the only issue we have was the zoning administrator's finding that we find to be factually inaccurate that this building was last occupied by a neighborhood serving retail use, so a little bit on that, the sausage factory was opened to much fanfare on september 7, 1948. this is a historic card announcing its opening, the factory, many of you may know it is on green street street, it's a beautiful 1940's building. please refer to the overhead, thank you for the original announcing the original opening in 1948. >> i can't see it. >> okay. >> i will just -- while i'm waiting for t
. resolutely, as one. this is what is demanded of us, and this is who we are. god is here in our resilience. the grit that gets us back up again. and nothing taken will be forgotten or lost in vain. this is how god works. good morning. i am reverend liz walker from roxbury presbyterian church. and i welcome you as we gather in community to help heal our beloved city and this violence weary world. let us pray. creator god, in the beginning, you said, let there be light. and the light shone, piercing the darkness. help us find our way through the darkness now. you taught us that we belong to each other. help us hold each other now. we pray comfort for those who have lost loved ones, courage for those who are struggling through the trauma of physical and psychic pain, and tenderness to those for whom the world no longer makes sense. lord, bless this brokenhearted city as she finds her balance, dusts herself off, and tilts her head back toward the sky. open our eyes to your presence this morning. open our hearts to your grace. restore us so that we can see and be the light once again. in all th
, she said that christianity offers no easy solutions to political and economic issues. it teaches us that we cannot achieve a compassionate society simply by passing new laws and appointing more staff to administer them. she was very aware that there are positions which are needed -- there are proud dispositions which are needed to make market economics and democratic and institutions function well. the capacity to cooperate. these decisions and dispositions are incubated and given power by our relationships. in her words, the basic ties of the family are at the heart of our society and our the nursery of virtue. such moral and spiritual capital is accumulated over many generations but can be easily eroded. life is a struggle to make the right choices and to achieve liberation from dependence, whether material or psychological. this genuine independence is the essential econdition of in an other-centeredbeyond ourselves. way, the word margaret thatcher uses, was interdependence. she referred to the christian doctrine that we are all members about one and another, expressed in the con
and americans reacted by saying they must hate us because we are good and for our freedom but it turns out that is not a helpful way to understand for a behavior in the concept of anti-americanism is a wall between ourselves with the complexity of the world by decide to look into its history and it goes back 200 years. >>host: y 8099? >> in that year there were a number of critical books printed about the rise of u.s. industrial power posing a challenge to industrial trade and there was a debate tim political realm how to ensure the rising challenge of the new world power would not take over the market's that is the dispute but americans read it as the world is coming to hate us because we're so successful because we are free and stand for good but nonetheless it is the predominant way we have engaged with no world. >> are there any country's legitimately anti-american? >> no. iran which itself dispute produces all manner of vicious propaganda but among iranians we're quite popular. they're the most pro-american and population the pollsters have not been able to findt the
that we have the proper level of art to be creative, to bless us with all the things that are so positive and to exemplify the arts community for what it's done. with that, i would like to introduce our artist leo villa real. >> thank you so much. i'm beyond thrilled to be here today. this has been an incredible 2-and-a-half years from the initial idea when ben davis asked me to consider the bridge and how it can be turned into a canvas and having thought about it and created an assimilation on the computer, animation that so many people saw and were inspired to get behind and enabled to happen. so many people to thank, but certainly folks at cal trans and mayor's office, governors office. there were so many hoops we had to jump through. getting the permit was one of the miracles. i thank you for believing in public art and helping us get this done. amy has been amazing, our executive art director. [ applause ] amy was able to shepherd this impossible project through all the intricacies, i'm in incredibly grateful for her help, grateful for his efforts in another monumental task. he's rai
in and day out, not only built trust between us and the afghans but it gave them the ability to prg on a daily basis. so the other frustration was the coalition effort. there was a lot of people with great intentions willing to help shared by many different countries. the frustration was many different countries, there's many different ways of doing things. so we would be out there telling the afghans, this is how you conduct police operations, this is how we do police training, this is how you hold your weapon and engage the enemy, and then several weeks later another force would come in and not that it was necessarily wrong, but it was different. so from the afghan perspective, incredibly frustrating to understand where they are going and what they need to be doing and what is right and what is wrong. so in closing if someone were to ask me from 2010 to where we're at now, is there hope i would say, yes, there is. as we stand down our combat forces and shift to an advisory and a training role i think we're going to be able to take our lessons lerbed -- learned and ensure that
security cameras over america to help save us from another attack. is more surveillance japidizing our rights. >> are you okay for surveillance caras. >> hell yeah. >> the more the better. >> tell save liveless. >> more the better. >> keep us safe. >> it is better to keep us safe. whatever we have to do to keep the public safe. >> it is moreonstitutional not to have them but happy they were caught. >> what are lawmakers going to do? senator rand paul is fired up about the debate and will talk about it. >> cashin keeping an eye out for you, right now. >> hi, everyone. i am eric boling, welcome to cashin in. senator you are a huge proposal of rights. where do you stand on the issui sir? >> the government is going to use cameras to watch us. they need to have probable cause and argument to use the constitution to do surveillance on us and then i am okay with it. but willie nilly and in open spaces, i am against that. one thing lost in the debate, almost all . cameras used to catch the young men in boston were private cameras. i am not opposed to protect their property. >> senator we are i
busted somebody because we used facebook to get them. what are the vandals going to do? everything is going to go away. we want to make sure -- i'm telling you right now by no means am i an spederth. i will not stand up here and tell you i'm an expert on how to investigate graffiti. i am not an expert to tell you how to use technology. what i want to do with you is to show you what i have done that has been successful for me to get vandals arrested. and what we did is pretty good. we use a couple things. anybody ever heard of graffiti tracker? you haven't? awesome program, right. if you guys don't have graffiti tracker yet, we're going to talk about graffiti tracker. that's one of the biggest things i use. when i first came to this detail, i was a body hate crimes school violence detector when i first came to this detail. next thing they said, budget cuts. they got rid of school violence for some reason and then gave me graffiti. i was like, ah, hell no, graffiti? [laughter] >> hey, when you work the road, you get that hot call for graffiti. you guys are passionate because you're h
to kickoff this year arbor day here at this special location. joined with us today we have several guest. i know dan is here, larry stringer is here and our colleagues and our partners in arbor day. today like many other days, trees will be dedicated in someone who has contributed to san francisco either through their work or given back to the environment through culture, through arts and through many of the hard work and we will unveil who will receive this dedication today. as many of you know trees are very important for our communities. they provide us shade, they deter water from going into our storm systems, they provide a place for birds and butterflies and of course they help us clean our air. arbor day is a very important event. it is celebrated not just in america, but all over the world and i'm honored that we are kicking this event. i would like to thank the mayor for bringing arbor day back to san francisco. this is our 8th arbor day. i will welcome mayor lee to the stage. >> thank you the dpw, the recreation department, to all of those who helped us in working today. arbor day
and the college. it's not just the master in the masters program. its from teachers from other schools. they use the evidence to improve the studies. they work in realtime and things like that. and a side note this it has been scheduled to take place in the san francisco conference next week. the par professional teacher p lcs are also an exciting promise. based on the feedback and the kind of bp did is most professional. it includes classroom teachers. and the survey results as well as mathematics adopted physical education includes the practice and staff wellness. those teems were given time to plan and implement their you learning. and 60 par professionals participated in the p lc and next year that's going to be expanded. so i was very encouraged to hear about the efforts on a shoe string budget no less. so. our last program component is around the infrastructure believe for the district to date oar a little over $15 million has been extended and we're very excited about the components that has been able to grow the school loop and uncombraitd the nutrition system and the new ask the informa
we're still looking for additional members to our committee. we're asking you to help us help us oversee taxpayer money and we'll be relying on them again 90 in the future. if anybody is interested inform participating in this committee please can you tell the court us. so with that we'll take any questions you ask. >> i just as usual as the evening goes on i forgot to thank a couple people. this lady has been a resources for us in working with the jose team and being at all our meeting and was a tremendous support. i want to thank stephanie and she made a wonderful report. her work around this and supporting those funds and doing the work that the taxpayers intended for the funds to be used for. i want to thank stephanie >> i also see at least one member of the oversight committee. could say members of the oversight members stand. thank you for your service. i have no public speakers on this item so we'll move into board discussion and questions. first did you get our question swrd previously? >> no. i appreciate all that information what i want to know is let's look at the b
you for staying with us the next hour. there is a lot going on in the news tonight, even if you're only talking about the news tonight from texas. there is a lot to get to. we're going to start tonight right here, in san diego, california, in the fancy rancho santa fe neighborhood in san diego, california, where in march, 1997, the local sheriff's office got a tip something was very wrong inside one specific mansion in ran to the, santa fe. inside that mansion, they found 39 cult members all i'dtically and tucked away neatly in beds, a mass suicide. their cult was called the heaven's gate. as best anybody could figure, they killed themselves because they thought doing so would somehow convey them to an alien spacecraft they wanted to be on they believed was trailing behind a particular comet, absolutely bizarre and tragic, 39 people killed in that cult mass suicide. the people who indeed that rancho santa fe mansion were all members of the cult. at least this cult in its mass suicide did not try to take anybody else out with them. that was not the case in jonestown. it was a cul
? you can't catch us live, have a great evening. lou: good evening confusing messages from the white house, president obama walks back from his red line decree on syrian use of chemical weapons. this aftee u.s. intelligence sources yesterday reported that on at least two occasions, assad regime had used seron gas on its population, the president instead laying out another red line for the assad regime, that is already slaughtered tens of thousands of its civilians. >> horrific as it is, when mortars are fired on civilians to use potential once one crosses another line. with respect to international norms and law. and that is going to be a game changer. lou: president obama has been repeating since as far back of august o last year, that assad's use of chemical weapons on his own people would cross a so-called red line, that would result in u.s. involvement in now 2 year long syrian civil iar. president today however called for more investigation into the intelligence communities assessment of the use of chemical weapons, and president incredibly said that syria had crossed a differen
'm supposed to make sure if you have a question, we have to use this microphone here. so, you have to wait till you get the microphone in front of you to ask a question he. * lunch that's the purpose for the audio and stuff. today we're going to talk about -- basically this is what i want to do here. i've been a detective for about six years now and been with the police department 15 years. prior to that i was in the united states army, military police corps. any [speaker not understood] here? just one? prior to that when i went to college i was always looking at graffiti. i'm originally from wisconsin and there's a lot of gang graffiti back when i was growing up. i was interested in looking at it and seeing the messages that were up there. when i got into the phoenix police department, i worked four years on the road and then i started doing school resource officer. the school resource officer for a couple years where i really, really learned about graffiti. in your presentation, it talked about how the schools, schools are big where they start out, okay. [speaker not understood] at home
island. and those bases on guam are a big part of the u.s. military presence in that whole part of the world. that whole region of the pacific. couple of years ago, the pentagon considered building an even bigger military presence on the island of guam. the plan would've increased the population of guam by almost half. and when that plan was being considered in congress, that's when a little known congressman from georgia named hank johnson spoke up in a hearing with this rather amazing comment on the giant u.s. military and its huge and maybe increasing presence on the tiny little island of guam. >> i don't know how many square miles that that is. do you happen to know? >> i don't have that figure with me, sir. i can certainly supply it to you if you'd like. >> yeah. my fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize. >> we don't anticipate that. >> i love the navy admiral being there. i have to address the congressman's concern, we don't anticipate that, sir. a local atlanta paper felt compelled to point out that mr. johnson as f
and others, mayors, state and local officials who joined us. i welcome members of my cabinet, the white house staff and administration especially vice president dick cheney. [ applause ] from the day i asked dick to run with me he served with loyalty, principle and strength. proud to call you friend. history's going to show that i served with great people, a talented, dedicated, intelligent team of men and women who love our nation as much as i do. i want to thank the people who have made this project a success. president gerald turner runs a fantastic university. [ applause ] a university with active trustees, dedicated faculty and a student body that is awesome. i want to thank david, allen low and the professaionals at the national archives and records administration who have taken on a great task. i appreciate the architects, landscapers and designers, especially bob stern, michael van bokenberg and thank the folks of manhattan construction as well as all the workers who build a fine facility that will stand the test of time. i thank the fantastic team of the george w. bush center headed
was in there, and experienced that room. alex wagner from msnbc and mike barnicle, also, of course with us and congressman ed markey who is from massachusetts as well so we'll try hear from everybody. let me go to governor malloy again. yesterday, these are sort of coming together, colliding, if you will, these emotional experiences for our country. newtown in december seems like yesterday, and, of course, this monday horror up at boston along the parade route, in fact, at the finish line for the boston marathon. what has been a change in your life having lived through all of this because you've been really now a veteran of this kind of the season of horror for us? >> you know, chris, i'm not sure i'm capable of putting it in perspective yet, to tell you the truth. you know, it's events like this that bring a lot of emotion still. i had -- i had to tell those families that they weren't going to be reunited on the 14th of december, and it was tough, and the president helps a lot, i'll tell you that. >> thank you, governor. let's listen to the opening from liz walker. >> how can a good god a
a thousand dollars to $25 million that have sort of been housed with us. some of the coolest things that have happened at the hatchery two people sitting next to each other working on the same app for six months decided to merge and raise a million dollars for their company. so, collaborative consumption is something we truly believe in and having spent a couple of years working with the likes of jane, brian, tina lee and a bunch of other people who have been sort of working on this open data problem, it's been sort of exciting to sort of see it come to fruition today and see sort of the progress that they've made. so, for me this is sort of -- it's been fun to sort of watch this team of people come together and do what they do and make san francisco a 21st century city. so, you know, it's an honor to welcome the mayor back to the hatchery, the new hatchery. we invite you, supervisor chiu, to our monthly infamous happy hours where bourbon and branch caters to meet with our tenants. it's an honor to have you guys here. enjoy the day and it's an honor to welcome jane back to the hatchery. (appl
." >> this is "bbc world news america." charges of chemical weapons used in syria. president obama warrants if confirmed, there will be consequences. >> for the syrian government to utilize chemical weapons on its people, it crosses a line that will change my calculus in how the united states approaches these issues. >> simmering tensions come to a boil in one chinese province. after an outbreak of violence, more than 20 are dead. waging war on stink bugs. these tiny pests can cause big trouble. scientists are going high-tech to stop them in their tracks. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. if confirmed syria has used chemical weapons against its own people, president obama says that will be a game changer. he reiterated his warning today who did the day after u.s. intelligence said there was some evidence they had been used. in damascus, syrian officials are denying the charge, calling the allegations allies. our security correspondent starts our coverage. >> disturbing footage from inside the syrian hospital. is this evidence chemical weapons have
responsibility and bring in prompt countermeasures. >> translator: the important thing is we make use of our past experience in our assessment of the situation. we should provide doctors with the information we have. in addition, it's vital that we educate chicken farmers and other people on how to deal with birds and how to prevent infection. >> he says government officials need to do more to inform people about what's going on. >>> scientists from other countries are using genetic data from this stain to assess the risk of a pandemic. a japanese expert is warning the virus could mutate in a form that's even more infectious. nhk world's susumo kojima has more on that. >> reporter: scientists say the new avian virus differs in several ways from the h5n1 influenza. scientists say more than 370 people have died from that virus between 2003 and 2013. h5n1 killed millions of birds. also, it stopped the spread of the virus by cutting many more. scientists point out that unlike capable of infecting birds without causing symptoms. this has made it hard to detect outbreaks. an expert on infectious diseas
threaten seoul with thousands of artillery pieces but nuclear missiles threaten u.s. bases in japan and the u.s. itself. >> even if it is not there yet, the recent long-range rocket shows it is getting closer and closer. >> americans can say what we want adn the world community can say what they want but it northchange the fact that korea has nuclear devices and are working for full-scale nuclear capabilities. >> there is a sad logic. these pictures show the reality of life there. ox-carts replacing tractors and firewood is the only fuel. billions are spent on the military but markets are empty. nortuclear weapons are the only guarantee they will not inflict this misery. >> for more, i talked with nicholas burns, a professor at harvard and senior foreign affairs columnist. john kerry goes to china tomorrow. what can he and the chinese leadership do to walk kim jong- un from the brink? >> we have a problem together. china may be able to unlock the problem. they have enormous leverage with north korea and the u.s. wants to show -- it is showing a lot of toughness and resolve and you s
of the community as well and it's all extremely important. the fire fight is important to us and we are ready and we count on the relationship that we have with cal fire. in fact, that's probably the most essential part of this thing for us to be ready to fight future fires. >> colonel. >> thank you very much for allowing us to come here and participate because it is important. we really appreciate very much this opportunity. we're doing well right now but there's khal lefrpgs we can do better on and that's exactly what we're looking forward to do. we're looking forward to build upon and leverage what we're doing here. communications, that was one of the first things. it's different with our active duty forces because you see here, we send our aircraft all around the world. we can't necessarily just invest in some components in the aircraft and call it good because those assets may be gone and deployed but we have work arounds for that. we are looking forward to that as well in addition to the training. lastly is we again kind of relish the opportunity to participate in the operations a
famous photo of flag raising at iwo jima. he was 90 years old. that does it for us. i'm heather childers. see you at 4:00. >> i'm eric shawn. shannon bream next. ♪ ♪ >> shannon: boston bombings. details are beginning to emerge about a phone call secretly recorded by the russians of one of the boston bombings suspect allegedly discussing jihad with his mother. the revelation is raising questions about how well the intelligence community is tracking potential terrorists. we'll ask former attorney general alberto gonzalez how best to keep the country safe. crossing a red line. u.s. accuses syria using chemical weapon against the own people. we will ask two senator what is if anything should the u.s. be doing now. immigration alternatives. the bipartisan gang of eight is pushing its overhaul but many other lawmakers want to put on the breaks. we talk to republican senator offering up alternatives. leland vittert will join us live. i'm shannon bream. america's news headquarters live from the nation's capital start right now. ♪ ♪ >> shannon: first to boston. "associated press"
that the institute of medicine recommended to us, and one of them as lactation help and support for new mothers that that will now be part of every new health plan available with no copayments, no coinsurance, and i think again it reflects the fact that we are trying to address this issue at the public education level, through our agency for children and families at the cdc through private insurance now covering support and health and certainly working with hospital leaders on what they can do to make sure that new mothers get off to the best possible start and know how beneficial this can be. .. that's a public health departments across your stated matters and i want to make certain that any rejection and the 317 program would not deter the quality and availability of the infrastructure and public health. >> that is certainly our intent, senator. >> and then let me raise -- senator poznan, i would like to accentuate what he said about the workload increase -- the opposite medicare hearing increased 247% from fiscal year 06 to 13. we've had an asian population more medicare reci
on universal background checks. will it keep us safe or infringe on my wallet. price tag is trillionings. how will we get out of break. the break down now how much it costs us. jay 0 and beyonce taking heat for traveling to cub a. free style cashin in starts right now. i am eric bowl welcome to cashin' in. wayne rogers and john thon and kimberly and july and welcome everybody. we'll get to michelle in a moment. and the cost of immigration. , mandatory background checkings for all gun owners gaining support. dc is debating if it is unconstitutional. who in the world will pay for the background checkings. kimberly, it will cost a lot of money. >> it did. did anybody think about want cost of the that and what the background checks always in place. where is the value-added benefit and putting forward extra costs? they have been able to get individuals to sign on to it and there were courting going on joe manchin to get them together. >> a big boat ride and all of the sudden, republican governors senators, signing on to that. >> eric: johnathon every rule and regulation ends up costing the people
bureau was very important to us to gain insight into what the agency is doing. as i've consistently stated in past hearings we still have concerns with the structural nature of the agenciful we continue to seek a change from the sole directorship to a board-like structure. it's also essential that the agency be part of the appropriations process. and finally, we believe that the prudential banking regulators so have a formal input into the bureau's actions, where those actions affect safety and soundness. and with regard to the president's recent appointment to the cfpb last year my decision has unchanged. i believe it was unconstitutional. recently agency officials pointed out they have testified more 30 times before congress in the past few years. and while this does give congress an opportunity to hear directly from agency officials and is appreciated, it does not necessarily facilitate the in depth discussion of issues and concerns we need. just last week, bloomberg ran a lengthy article citing the cfpb has allocated more than $20 million for collecting and tracking customer cre
us use your house here tonight and letting -- we really appreciate it we know that you ran from the game to get here and so we really appreciate your commitment to our community and we are happy that you are here to celebrate this momentous day with us. we have an awesome community here, we are here to celebrate the awesomeness of our community the dedication of our community and, you know we are hebe here to serve all of you so really this award should go to everybody here in our community. thank you very much. (applause). >>> and i just want to echo jeff's words and say thank you for having us here today and thank you all for joining us and we look forward to many more arab heritage month celebrations and as well as our bigger community center and you know, through all of the different work that we do in different arab organization, different community organizationings it's about strengthening our community and contributing to the amazing cultural land scam of our city and we are very thankful to here today. >> and thank you shad deand the committee for putting on such a
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